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Open-top sports car makes mincemeat out of Porsches.

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Just 60 will be built, and none of them are likely to make it Stateside.

Here to kick off the Lotus Seven's 60th Anniversary.

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British sports car will be coming in 2020.

Lotus is also on course to be profitable, if you believe that.

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A Roller? A Lotus? Maybe even something from British Leyland?

British cars have been with us since the 19th century, and more than 500 British marques have existed.

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The United Kingdom votes to leave the EU, and the fallout won't be limited to that country.

The UK has voted to leave the European Union, and it could lead to tariffs that hurt export of UK-built cars, and affect foreign automaker profits.

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It used twin chassis to get around the rules.

The Formula One organizers banned the Lotus 88 in 1981 because its fascinating twin-chassis design broke the rules, and Colin Chapman's son explains why in this video.

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Listen to Clive Chapman of Classic Team Lotus explain how Bernoulli's Principle was applied on the Mario Andretti's victorious Lotus 79 to win the 1978 Formula One World Championship and change the field of automotive aerodynamics forever.

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In order to meet US emissions targets, Lotus reportedly plans to bring a detuned version of the new Evora 400 to North America, minus the supercharger.

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Petrolicious paints a pretty picture of this perfectly pure sportscar.

The 1963 Lotus Super Seven gets the spotlight from Petrolicious to show that simplicity can create pure driving enjoyment.

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It may only have 460 horsepower on tap, but the Lotus 3-Eleven had more than enough to trounce million-dollar supercars around the Hockenheimring in the latest test from Sport Auto magazine.

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As much as we love convertible sportscars, Lotus needs another model.

Lotus plans an Evora 400 Roadster for the United States, which it expects will make up more than half of its sales. That's great, but it won't be enough.

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Lotus shows its latest lightweight models in Geneva by displaying the Evora Sport 410, Exige Sport 350, and Elise Cup 250. This trio could put a smile on any driver's face.

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The Lotus Evora Sport 410 has more power and less weight than the Evora 400, and a North American specific version of the new coupe arrives later this year.

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The Lotus Elise Cup 250 is the fastest production version of the sports car every around the company's test track, and the specs indicate it might hassle a Porsche Cayman GT4 around a circuit.

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This bicycle maker restored a Lotus Esprit with some modern touches to create an even better sports car.

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Lack Of Spin From Hethel

A phone call from Lotus Cars tells it like it is. The shop was a waste of their money and my time.

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Hethel is getting into the personalization business with the launch of its new Lotus Exclusive program, available on new and existing models this year.

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